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World The most incredible fossils ever unearthed

07:05  26 october  2020
07:05  26 october  2020 Source:   espressocommunication.com

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One of the best dinosaur fossils ever discovered (main image), the preservation of the unfortunate nodosaur that died some 110 million years ago is Most fossils are made up of just a few of pieces of bone and teeth, but this incredible find details the skin and armor of the animal from the tip of the

Fossils have fascinated humankind from time immemorial. These preserved remains from a bygone era transport us through time to discover more about the world before our arrival. In this gallery, discover the most amazing fossils in the world.

France said it would recall its envoy to Turkey for consultations following “unacceptable” comments by the Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, who suggested Emmanuel Macron, his French counterpart needed mental health treatment.

Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Heiko Maas, Emmanuel Macron are posing for a picture: Photograph: Michael Sohn/AP © Provided by The Guardian Photograph: Michael Sohn/AP

Erdogan’s remarks are the latest sign of a growing backlash in the Islamic world, including calls for a boycott of French goods, sparked by Macron’s claim that Islam is in crisis.

France and its Nato ally are at loggerheads over a range of issues, including maritime rights in the eastern Mediterranean, Libya, Syria and the escalating conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over Nagorno-Karabakh. Erdoğan is launching libel proceedings against the French magazine Le Point after it suggested he was the exterminator of Syrian Kurds.

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One such fossil , Lucy, is the most famous fossil of the 20th century. Lucy was excavated in northern Ethiopia in November 1974, about seven years The paleontologists on site were listening to the song the same night they unearthed the most complete skeleton of the Australopithecus afarensis (one of

Read more . Phipps, like most locals, calls it the Hell Crik. It’s one of the most storied dinosaur Thirteen years later, the number of people who have seen the fossils remains in the low double of Geological Research, which has unearthed some of the most complete T rex specimens ever found.

Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Heiko Maas, Emmanuel Macron are posing for a picture: Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan (left) with the French president, Emmanuel Macron, in January. © Photograph: Michael Sohn/AP Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan (left) with the French president, Emmanuel Macron, in January.

Ankara has been particularly incensed by a campaign championed by Macron to protect France’s secular values against radical Islam, a debate given fresh impetus by the murder of a teacher who showed his class a cartoon of the prophet Muhammad.

In an address on Friday, Erdoğan said: “What else can one say about a head of state who treats millions of members from different faith groups this way: first of all, have a mental check.

“What’s the problem of the individual called Macron with Islam and with the Muslims?” he asked.

“Macron needs mental treatment,” Erdoğan added, while indicating he did not expect the French leader to win a fresh mandate in the 2022 elections. He said: “You are constantly picking on Erdoğan. This will not earn you anything. There will be elections (in France) … We will see your (Macron’s) fate. I don’t think he has a long way to go. Why? He has not achieved anything for France and he should do for himself.”

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The fossils were unearthed from red sandstone in 2008. These dinosaurs lived 65 million to 70 million years ago. Scientists guess something else hunted Sue The T. Rex One of the most famous fossils ever recovered is that of Sue the Tyrannosaurus rex, whose skeleton was found nearly complete.

Fossils of the oldest plants ever to colonise land have been discovered in Argentina, scientists claim. Experts have confirmed that the fossilised plants are liverworts, a simple species which has no roots or stems. They have suggested that the discovery indicates they are likely to be the

Macron’s office described the comments as insulting and said the French ambassador to Ankara, Hervé Magro, would be recalled for consultations, a stop short of rupturing diplomatic relations by withdrawing the ambassador permanently.

Both presidents have their own domestic political reasons for continuing the dispute. Macron needs to show that he can be as challenging to Islamic extremism as his political opponents on the right. The debate in France about secularism and Islamism has been reignited by the brutal murder of a teacher who showed his class a cartoon of the prophet Mohammed.

Erdogan is also under his own domestic pressure, and increasingly trying to present himself as the leader of the Sunni movement in the Islamic world.

The insidious policy of offensive cartoons, accusations of separatism against Muslims and raids on mosques had nothing to do with freedom of expression, Erdogan’s communications chief Fahrettin Altun said on Twitter. “This is about intimidating Muslims and reminding them that they are welcome to continue to make Europe’s economy work, but that they will never be a part of it, he added. He also argued that this attitude towards Muslims was “eerily familiar” and resembled “the demonisation of European Jews in the 1920s”.

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Remains of microorganisms at least 3,770 million years old have been discovered by an international team led by UCL scientists, providing direct evidence of

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French officials said “President Erdoğan’s comments are unacceptable. Excess and rudeness are not a method. We demand that Erdoğan change the course of his policy because it is dangerous in every respect.”

The Élysée official, who asked not to be named, also said France had noted “the absence of messages of condolence and support” from the Turkish president after the beheading of teacher Samuel Paty outside Paris.

The official also expressed concern over calls by Ankara for a boycott of French goods.

Macron this month described Islam as a religion “in crisis” worldwide and said the government would present a bill in December to strengthen a 1905 law that officially separated church and state in France.

The French president had announced stricter oversight of schooling and better control over foreign funding of mosques.

The dispute is already escalating on social media over the calls to shun French goods and services. In Qatar, a close ally of Turkey, a French cultural week has been postponed. Two major distribution chains said they were withdrawing French products including jams.

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See more ideas about Fossils , Rocks and minerals, Fossil . Scientists have unearthed extraordinarily preserved fossils of a 520-million-year-old sea creature, one of the earliest animal fossils ever found, according to a new study.

For one, we only have fossils to look at. And while paleontologists are good at deciphering a lot from the clues left in fossils about what animals were probably For another, the transition from non-flying theropod to flying bird would have been gradual. If the transition was more in line with the ground up

In Kuwait, Macron was denounced by the parliament, and travel agencies suspended trips to France. In Tehran, the Iranian government spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said on Saturday there was “no justification to insult and disrespect a heavenly figure respected by 1.8 billion Muslims in the world.”

Morocco’s foreign ministry said on Sunday the continuing publication of cartoons of Mohammed was “an act of provocation”.

The Pakistani prime minister, Imran Khan, said “the hallmark of a leader is that he unites human beings as Mandela did rather than dividing them. This is a time when President Macron could have put healing tough and creating space rather than creating further polarisation and marginalisation that inevitably leads to greater radicalisation”

In France, the education minister, Jean-Michel Blanquer, promised teaching unions he would provide clear educational guidelines before the restart of the school year on 2 November.

Macron had said Paty was the embodiment of the republic because he “taught pupils to become citizens” and “fought for freedom and reason”.

France is expected to reform the Observatory of Secularism, the agency set up to advise the government on how to enforce secularism in practice in France. Members of the Observatory have defended themselves from the charge of being too lax by saying there is an obligation on public servants to be neutral on religious issues, but the same requirements are not applied to the general public.

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All three of the major international disputes on which Turkey and France are at odds are at potentially dangerous turning points. In the eastern Mediterranean, Turkey has disappointed Nato mediators by extending a navigational text, or Navtex, allowing its seismic research vessel Oruc Reis to continue research in disputed waters until 4 November, the day after the US election.

In Nagorno-Karabakh, the Turkish backed Azerbaijani army vowed on Sunday to continue its military operations in six different regions, claiming to have hit Armenian installations.

Turkey sent mainly Syrian troops to Libya after Europe, in Ankara’s eyes, failed to give meaningful backing to the Tripoli government, so threatening the country with being taken over by opponents of the Muslim Brotherhood.

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